calves

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English - Turkish
buzağılar

Bazı iyi ineklerin kötü buzağıları vardır. - Some good cows have bad calves.

Romalıların buzağıları güzel. - The calves of the Romans are beautiful.

danalar
{f} buzağıla

Buzağılar ve taylar onun için çocuklar gibiydi. - The calves and the colts were like children to him.

Bazı iyi ineklerin kötü buzağıları vardır. - Some good cows have bad calves.

{i} dana sürüsü
doğur
baldır/buzağı
i., çoğ., bak. calf 1, calf 2
balina yavrusu
calf
dana

İnek danasını kaybetti. - The cow lost its calf.

O çanta dana derisinden mi yapılmış? - Is that bag made of calfskin?

calf
{i} buzağı

İnek, çift başlı bir buzağı doğurdu. - The cow gave birth to a calf with two heads.

Tom buzağıyı damgaladı. - Tom branded the calf.

calves foot
paça
calf
baldır

Baldır kası alt bacağın arkasında yer alır. - The calf muscle is located on the back of the lower leg.

Basketbol oynarken baldır kasını yırttı. - He tore his calf muscle playing basketball.

calf
baldır/buzağı
Calve
Dana yavrusu
calf
buzdağından kopmuş buz parçası
calf
fil
calve
buzağıla

İnekler her sabah buzağılarına süt verir. - Cows give their calves milk every morning.

Buzağılar ve taylar onun için çocuklar gibiydi. - The calves and the colts were like children to him.

calve
parçalara ayrılmak
Calve
buzağılamak
calf
aysberkten kopmuş küçük buz parçası
calf
dana derisi

O çanta dana derisinden mi yapılmış? - Is that bag made of calfskin?

calf
çorabın baldır kısmı
calf
sersem genç veya çocuk
calf
kocaman hayvan yavrusu
calf
vidala
calf
fok veya balina gibi hayvanla
calf
{ç} calves (kävz) i., (Anatomi) baldır
calf
{ç} calves (kävz)
calf
kill the fatted calf büyük bir karşılama töreni
calf
dili çocukluk aşkı
calf
dili budala genç veya çocuk
calve
yavrulamak
calve
parçalara ayırmak
calve
{f} yavrulamak (inek)
calve
parçalara ayrılmak buzağı doğurtmak
calve
(fiil) yavrulamak (inek), buzağılamak, parçalamak (buzdağı vb.)
calve
{f} parçalamak (buzdağı vb.)
calve
doğur
calve
{f} buzağı doğurmak, buzağılamak
calve
parçalamak
English - English
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of calve
plural form of calf
plural of calf
third-person singular of calve
Plural of calf. Plural of calf. the plural of calf
calves' feet
feet of calves used as food; usually jellied
calves' liver
liver of a calf used as meat
bum calves
plural form of bum calf
calf
A young cow or bull
calf
A cabless railroad engine
calf
A young elephant, seal or whale (also used of some other animals)
calf
A small island, near a larger island
calf
The back of the leg below the knee
calve
To give birth
calve
To assist the giving of birth of a calf
calf
Also, the young of some other mammals, as of the elephant, rhinoceros, hippopotamus, and whale
calf
{n} the young of a cow, thick part of hte leg
calve
{v} to bear or bring forth a calf
calf
{i} young cow; young elephant; lower back part of the leg
calf
An awkward or silly boy or young man; any silly person; a dolt
calf
the most common bookbinding leather, smooth textured and capable of taking most dyes
calf
(young bull) = strongest of God's creations CHILDREN = those who follow someone's teachings; spiritual descendants COUNTLESS IN NUMBER = infinite amount CROWN = royal authority
calf
A small mass of ice set free from the submerged part of a glacier or berg, and rising to the surface
calf
sapi anak sapi (sapi)
calf
Leather made of the skin of the calf; especially, a fine, light-colored leather used in bookbinding; as, to bind books in calf
calf
whale or giraffe or elephant or buffalo the muscular back part of the shank fine leather from the skin of a calf
calf
young of domestic cattle young of various large placental mammals e
calf
young of domestic cattle
calf
Some other young animals, including elephants and whales, are called calves
calf
Large muscle located at the back of the shin that includes the gastrocnemius and the soleus muscles and is connected to the heel by the Achilles tendon This is responsible for foot plantarflexion and is instrumental in jumping
calf
young of various large placental mammals e g whale or giraffe or elephant or buffalo
calf
The fleshy hinder part of the leg below the knee
calf
fine leather from the skin of a calf
calf
A young elephant, seal or whale
calf
the tanned skin of a calf used for binding, a smooth grainless leather usually mid brown in colour but may be decorated in a number of styles
calf
A calf is a young cow
calf
A chunk of ice broken off of a larger glacier, ice shelf, or iceberg
calf
Your calf is the thick part at the back of your leg, between your ankle and your knee. a calf injury. The fleshy muscular back part of the human leg between the knee and ankle
calf
A large floating chunk of ice split off from a glacier, an iceberg, or a floe
calf
The young of the cow, or of the Bovine family of quadrupeds
calf
the muscular back part of the shank
calf
A small island near a larger; as, the Calf of Man
calf
A sexually immature young cow
calf
The muscle in the back of the leg below the knee
calve
When a cow calves, it gives birth to a calf. When his cows calve each year he keeps one or two calves for his family
calve
To bring forth young; to produce offspring
calve
{f} give birth to a calf; break away from a glacier and form an iceberg (Glaciology)
calve
Some other female animals, including elephants and whales, are said to calve when they give birth to their young. The whales migrate some 6,000 miles to breed and calve in the warm lagoons
calve
release ice; "The icebergs and glaciers calve
calve
birth; "the whales calve at this time of year"
calve
To throw off fragments which become icebergs; said of a glacier
calve
To bring forth a calf
calve
Calves is the plural of calf. to give birth to a calf
calve
birth; "the whales calve at this time of year" release ice; "The icebergs and glaciers calve
calve
release ice; "The icebergs and glaciers calve"
calve
Especially of an iceberg, glacier, etc. to break off or shed a large piece
calves

    Turkish pronunciation

    kävz

    Pronunciation

    /ˈkavz/ /ˈkævz/

    Etymology

    [ 'kaf, 'k[a']f, dial also ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English cealf; akin to Old High German kalb calf.

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